Last week I thought I’d concocted a competition more difficult than a round of ‘who’s the real father?’ in the Jeremy Kyle Show green room, but it turned out to be remarkably easy. This week I’m going to avoid talking up the difficulty rating and maybe even try at bit of transparent reverse psychology. The latest instalment of Whose Career Is It Anyway? is really easy and if you don’t get it right, you should really look at your claims of being a football trivia nerd.
If you’re new to the competition, it’s as simple as Jedward. Each of the flags in the below map represents a club this person has played for in the course of his or her senior career and your job is to tell me who I’m referring to. In this case, the flags refer to all the clubs this person has played for as a professional. Best of luck.
When you’ve got the thinking cap on and rummaged through an atlas and Wikipedia enough, put your answer in an email and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org with or indeed without the subject line ‘I am in fact the Daddy!’. DO NOT PUT YOUR GUESS IN THE COMMENTS SECTION – it won’t count towards the competition and may will give your mortal enemy a vital clue. You’re allowed to have more than one guess, but I’ll doubt you’ll need it because this week’s competition is just so easy. If you’ve got any questions or merely some observations on life, use the comments section for that, but no answers please.
The prize starts off as a £/€50 Free Bet, but I’m imploring you to – for the want of a better word – whore this competition this competition around the social networks of this world. Every time this tweet gets retweeted or this competition gets shared on Facebook, LinkedIn or the other ones, I’ll add one europound to the prize. You really should do it because (a) it’s the nice thing to do and (b) you might well be the person who benefits from the vast inflation of the prize.
Get your answers in before 10am 28th February. I’ll reveal the answer and the answer soon after. In another obviously transparent dose of reverse psychology, it’s so easy there are going to be a lot of correct answers, so I’m sure I’ll have to put all the correct answers in an extra large hat before I pluck out a winner. If you’ve got any questions, give me a shout on twitter where I’m @PaddyPowerAidan.
Best of luck to everybody.
– Customers must be over the age of 18, have a valid paddypower.com account and remember when it was called the Rumblelows Cup
– Maximum size of the free bet will be €/£150.
– Paddy Power decision is final and moaning will be ridiculed.